As the official archival repository for the University of Regina, the Archives collects and preserves University records and materials that are of historic significance. Materials date as far back as the establishment of Regina College in 1911. The collection is comprised of materials created and collected by University officials during the course of their work at the University, and a variety of school publications including: the student newspaper (The Carillon), the General Calendar, Statistical Fact Books, student yearbooks, university telephone directories, newspaper clippings about the University, and faculty research and publications.
The collections linked below may be of particular interest to researchers considering:
The University of Regina Archives holds a considerable amount of records relating to Saskatchewan literature, including manuscripts and personal papers from Saskatchewan writers and publishers.
This section would be useful to researchers interested in:
The University of Regina Archives collects materials that are related to the history of fine arts in Saskatchewan and other parts of Canada, in addition to materials that document these disciplines at the University of Regina. The Archives collects private papers of individual artists, institutional records of private art galleries, visual art files, and other records that contribute to this cultural history.
Researchers may be interested in using our collections to learn more about:
Since 1983, the collections mandate at the University of Regina Archives has included materials relating to journalism created by institutions and individuals. As a result, the Archives contains a number of records from noted Canadian and Saskatchewan journalists, from the School of Journalism, and the James M. Minifie Lecture Series.
This collection is of interest to researchers seeking for further information on: